The Cognitive Brain & Memory Test is designed to help you to self-assess your level of cognitive impairment and the potential risk of Alzheimer’s Disease.
Changes in nutrition, supplements and lifestyle can help to slow down the progression of cognitive decline or Alzheimer’s Disease as long as the early signs of the condition are caught soon enough. In many cases, this could be a huge slow down.
The Cognitive Brain & Memory Test enables you to have the opportunity to know if you are on the green line with normal brain ageing or on the red line, in which the brain’s function is declining in a way that suggests future Alzheimer’s Disease.
Identifying Mild Cognitive Impairment early enough is not easy. The signs can only be identified with tests that look at specific functions of the brain. Please also bear in mind that there may also be other reasons why the cognitive function appears to be lower in some people. These reasons can include depression or prescription drug use.
If a low score is identified through the Cognitive Brain & Memory Test, it is a good idea to follow this up with a homocysteine blood test. Homocysteine levels in blood plasma have been identified as both, a risk factor for and also a predictor of Alzheimer’s Disease. These two tests will give you a good idea of whether your low score is due to your homocysteine level or not and also, whether you need to take action to lower it in order to reduce your risk of further and future cognitive memory decline.
The large majority of people with Alzheimer’s Disease are not formally diagnosed with Alzheimer’s Disease until they are in their mid-70s or even later. However, it’s not unusual for those close to the sufferer to have known for some time that all was not well. It is often heard from those closest “there were lots of small clues and changes, but i didn’t realise it was so serious”.
As strange as this may sound, at the time these clues and changes were manifesting themselves, much of the damage had already been done on the road leading to Alzheimer’s Disease. And at the time of diagnosis of full Alzheimer’s Disease there is very little that can be done except for the prescription of drugs in order to help manage the condition.
If, however, the condition is recognised before this point, then real changes in nutrition, lifestyle and supplements can actually help to slow down the progression to full Alzheimer’s Disease and in some cases, delay it enormously. The most important thing is to catch it at the earliest possible stage, and this means before any symptoms are showing in the course of every-day life. This early stage is known as Mild Cognitive Impairment, if someone has this, their cognitive function worsens faster than someone whose brain is ageing normally.
This test is designed for people aged 50 to 70 but is open to any age. It consists of five sections and should take approximately 15 minutes to complete, without interruptions or distractions.
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